Over the years, NAC has put in place management, financial and monitoring systems for effective coordination of National Response to HIV and AIDS. These have enabled the commission to mobilized funding from a number of bilateral and multilateral sources to scale up HIV and AIDS operational programs. Effective coordination of the National Response depends on NACs ability to monitor what is happening on the ground, analyze it for strategic implications and feed it back into outreach and promotional programs aimed at addressing weaknesses or exploiting opportunities identified through the monitoring effort. Consequently, NAC reviewed its monitoring and evaluation plan, which was to be rolled to the district level. The plan was for groups receiving grants from NAC and other sources to provide monthly data which was to be consolidated into quarterly output report for NAC and partner review. In addition to the quarterly program monitoring reports, which relied on quantitative provided implementing agencies and NAC, the Commission is also interested in conducting period qualitative assessment of program implementation, in order to complement the quantitative information. This information flows through the grants facility to provide a strategic sense of trends and areas requiring particular attention. To this end, NAC plans to contract an independent Review Team of multi-disciplinary specialists to assess plan implementation and provide and provide a report for discussion and its finding partners. The review aimed to meet the following objectives; To provide NAC and its partners with independent assessment of performance in implementing the IAWP against the National HIV M&E Framework and budget; To provide NAC and its partners with qualitative feedback on selected themes critical to achieving program objectives, including lessons from international experience To identify successful approaches that merit expansion and scaling up as well as areas needing particular attention To enrich the annual review process and provide information useful for focusing the IAWPs, with the goal of enhancing implementation effectiveness To assess progress made with regard to findings? Recommendations of previous Independent Review Missions and Mid-Term Review Jimats Review team managed to review the organization with particular focus on the following on the following four aspects; Performance of Behavior Change Interventions (BCI); HIV Testing and Counseling (HTC); Prevention of Mother to Child Transmission (PMTCT); Anti Retroviral Therapy (ART);Orphans and Vulnerable Children; and Care and Treatment at community level Institutional arrangements for channeling to implementing agencies Effectiveness of local assembly sub-granting approach Implementation of previous IRT r5ecommendations and mid-term review.